Stacey Wiggins: Do You Take Supplements? Is it Necessary?

Stacey Wiggins discusses the need for supplements and our options for better nutrition. Tune in to find out what you can do.
 
For more information visit Stacey’s website at StaceyWiggins.com.

About Stacey Wiggins, Columbus Certified Alphabioticist:

Stacey WigginsStacey Wiggins is a Certified Alphabioticist and a developer of cutting edge core strengthening and flexibility exercises. He has spent 21 years in the bodywork industry as a Licensed Massage Therapist, instructor in Anatomy and Physiology, and in collaboration with chiropractors in the Columbus, Ohio area, in many health and wellness applications.

As a pioneer in the bodywork industry, Stacey invented the Ballasage™ Technique, which releases chronically held tension and allows optimum functioning of the body systems. He is the first African American Certified Alphabioticist, which is a unique hands-on process that instantly unifies the brain hemispheres, balances energies within the nervous system and muscles and facilitates the release of stress held within the body and mind. This is the guiding philosophy of optimal health.

Stacey uses this extensive knowledge in understanding the connection between body and mind in his integration of functional movement exercises. His unique approach results in exceptional muscle flexibility, pain free body movement, and an abundance of health and well-being for his clients. In this state of alignment you begin to function better on all levels: physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, placing you in a more favorable position to heal yourself.

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3 Comments
  1. Thanks Stacey. I’ve seen those reports before and am shocked to think our food lacks the nutrients they once had to sustain and enhance our life. Our country is in a health crisis so thank you for taking on the issue head on and helping people realize their need for supplements to achieve better health and life.

  2. Stacey, appreciate the approach you took to encourage people do to more research about the need for supplements. It is clear you know your information and I am checking my own need for supplements to ensure I am doing the est I can to provide my body with nutrition.

  3. I thought the need for supplements had more to do with people not eating a balanced diet — one that includes green leafy vegetables, fresh fruit, and avoids processed foods whenever possible. Supplements are a poor substitute for the natural mix of vitamins, minerals, and other components contained in real food. Thank goodness for compost!

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